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Irdeto and Conjure Put Vehicle Access and Safety In The Driver's Seat Keystone solution enables OEMs to provide consumers with the convenience, flexibility and customization they expect to safely manage and operate today's connected cars and autonomous vehicles LAS VEGAS, CES – 9 January 2018 – Irdeto, the world leader in digital platform security, and Conjure have announced the launch of Keystone, the most secure, policy-based vehicle access and safety solution in the connected transport industry. Utilizing a mobile device with a companion application, the solution eliminates the need for physical keys to the car while also providing car and fleet owners with the ability to securely and intuitively provision and manage a host of new car sharing/car riding experiences. Keystone combines secure, tamper-proof policy management that prevents a multitude of potential vehicle hacks, including Man-in-the-Middle and Man-at-the-End attacks, remote and in-vehicle tampering, and reverse engineering. The solution enables OEMs to provide consumers with the convenience, flexibility and customization they expect to safely manage and operate today's connected cars and autonomous vehicles. Ultimately, consumers want simplicity in their lives. Keystone addresses this simplicity by combining their mobile phone, wallet/purse and car key into one smart mobile device that can also enable new policy-based car sharing/riding scenarios. Keystone combines award winning, Conjure-designed HMI application and Irdeto Cloakware™ Software Protection for mobile app, ECU-side functionality and cloud services. This provides consumers with security, simplicity and flexibility to share keys with authenticated drivers, including teen drivers, family, friends, valets, parcel delivery people and many others while setting rules around the usage of the vehicle. The solution provides consumers with the ability to customize their driving experience by enforcing vehicle usage policies by authenticated user, including speed limit, time of use, geolocking, access to only the trunk or glove box, number of passengers in the vehicle, etc. Policies are controlled by the vehicle owner, while keys are issued to individuals and are tied to policies created by the owner. "From new business models to improved safety, connected cars as digital assets are creating more opportunities for OEMs and tier 1 suppliers," said Daniel Thunberg, Global Head, Connected Transport, Irdeto. "However, as seen in other industries, poorly implemented and inadequately protected usage policies are often bypassed easily, resulting

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